Presentations

Overview of the CLARIAH CORE publications in one document and as an overview per year.

2020

  • Hoeksema, Jack, Kees de Glopper, Peter Kleiweg & Gertjan van Noord (2020). The development of written Dutch: automatic analysis in PaQu and SPOD. Presentation at the ‘Grote Taaldag’, 31 Jan 2020, Utrecht.
  • Tjong Kim Sang, Erik, Kim Smeenk, Aysenur Bilgin, Tom Klaver, Laura Hollink, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Frank Harbers2, Marcel Broersma. Accurate Estimation of Class Distributions in Textual Data. CLIN2020, 30 January 2020, Utrecht.
  • Noord, Gertjan van, Jack Hoeksema, Peter Kleiweg, Gosse Bouma (2020). SPOD: Syntactic Profiler of Dutch. Presentation at CLIN30, 30 Jan 2020, Utrecht.

2019

  • Ashkpour, Ashkan (2018). Diamonds in Borneo: Commodities as Concepts in Context, presentation held at DATeCH2019 conference, 9 May 2019, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Baptist, V., J. Noordegraaf, C. Rasterhoff, T. van Oort & C. Vrielink (2019). Creative Cities and Business Dynamics. Panel/multiple paper session at EBHA Congress 2019, 29-31 August 2019, Rotterdam.
  • Beelen, K., I. Kisjes, K. Lotze, T. van Oort (2019). Automatic Extraction of Film Programming Data from Digitized Newspapers Reflections on the DIGIFIL project. Paper presented at HOMER Conference ‘Anchoring New Cinema History’, 26-28 June 2019, Nassau, The Bahamas.
  • Beelen, K., T. van Oort, I. Kisjes, K. Lotze, J. Noordegraaf (2019). Digital Film Listings (DIGIFIL). From text to table: extracting information from semi-structured data, Paper presented at CREATE Salon, Amsterdam.
  • Bilgin, A., F. Harbers, and K. Smeenk (2019). Algorithmic Transparency. RMeS Summer School 17 - 19 juni 2019.
  • Bilgin, A. and K. Smeenk, K. NEWSGAC. CLARIAH Toogdag 2019, 5 april 2019, Hilversum.
  • Broeder, D., Q. Ding, and B. Leenknegt (2019). A CLARIAH Environment for Linguistic Research. DH2019, 11 July 2019, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Dekker, Pieter, Mathieu Fannee, Jesse de Does (2019). CLARIAH Chaining Search: A Platform for Combined Exploitation for Multiple Linguistic Resources, CLARIN Annual Conference 2019, 30 September – 2 October 2019, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Erp, M. van (2019). Finding common ground between text, maps, and tables for quantitative and qualitative research. 8th AUICD Conference 2019: ‘Pedagogy, teaching, and research in the age of Digital Humanities’. 24 January 2019, Udine, Italy.
  • Erp, M. van (2019) ACDH Lecture 5.2: Amsterdam Time Machine: Bringing Together Data and Disciplines. Austrian Academy of Sciences. 12 June 2019, Vienna, Austria. [URL]
  • Grootes, Meiert (2019). Presentation at eScience Symposium, November 2019, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Gorp, Jasmijn van (2019). Teaching methodologies and pedagogy for Digital Humanities. A model for Digital Tool Criticism, November 2019, Leiden. [URL]
  • Gorp, Jasmijn van, Julia Noordegraaf, and Liliana Melgar Estrada (2019). AVinDH workshop. DH2019, 9-12 July, Utrecht.
  • Hendrickx, I., K. van der Sloot, M. van Gompel and A. van den Bosch (2019). How high can Frog leap? Poster at CLIN29, 31 January 2019, Groningen. [pdf]
  • Hoeksema, Jack, Gertjan van Noord, Peter Kleiweg (2019). SPOD, Syntactic Profiler of Dutch: An online tool for grammatical research, Tabudag June 21, 2019, Groningen.
  • Huurdeman, Hugo C., Liliana Melgar Estrada, Jasmijn van Gorp, Julia Noordegraaf, and Roeland Ordelman (2019). Looking beyond the picture: enhancing sensemaking of audiovisual materials in the CLARIAH Media Suite. Presentation. [URL]
  • Huurdeman, H.C., Liliana-Maria Melgar-Estrada, Roeland Ordelman, J. Noordegraaf (2019). “Supporting the Interpretation of Enriched Audiovisual Sources through Temporal Content Exploration" In: Digital Humanities Benelux, 11-13 September 2019, Liege, Belgium.
  • Kisjes, I., T. van Oort, K. Lotze, I. Staliunaite, J. Veerbeeck, K. Beelen, J.J. Noordegraaf (2019). Mining the Movie Landscape: Extracting Film Listings from Digital Newspapers. Paper presented at Digital Humanities Benelux, 11-13 September, Liege, Belgium.
  • Klaver, Tom, Erik Tjong Kim Sang, Aysenur Bilgin, Kim Smeenk, Laura Hollink, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Frank Harbers and Marcel Broersma (2019). Introducing a transparency-driven platform for creating, comparing and explaining machine learning pipelines. ICT.OPEN2019, 19-20 March 2019, Groningen.
  • Lange, Christian (2019). “Textmining furūʿ al-fiqh: Notes from the Utrecht laboratory”, International conference ‘Uses of the Past in Islamic Law’, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, 27-29 September 2019, University of Exeter, Exeter, United Kingdom.
  • Lange, Christian (2019). “Bridging the gap: Digital humanitis and the Arabic-Islamic corpus”, National Principal Investigator Day, Netherlands eScience Center, Utrecht.
  • Lyklema, Melle (2019). “The Call to God in the Interwar World”, International Conference: ‘Global Islam in the Interwar World 1914-1945’, Arabic and Islamic Studies & KADOC, 27-29 March 2019, University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Mari Wigham, and Marijn Koolen (2019). ‘Programming Humanists', coding literacy workshop with reference to the Media Suite/Jupyter Notebooks, Liege, Belgium.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana (2019). Introduction to the CLARIAH Media Suite and to the audiovisual annotation tool: The challenges of transparent data-driven scholarship, Neukom Institute.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana (2019). Introduction to the CLARIAH Media Suite: The challenges of transparent data-driven scholarship. Workshop Huizinga Instituut. [URL]
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana and Tom Slootweg (2019). Hands-on workshop with the CLARIAH Media Suite: Doing research with audiovisual archives online. Utrecht.
  • Meroño-Peñuela, Albert, Marnix van Berchum, Bram van den Hout (2019). “The Oldest Song Score in the Newest Notation: The Hurrian Hymn to Nikkal as Linked Data”. Digital Humanities Conference (DH2019), July 9-12 2019, Utrecht.
  • Niestadt, Jan (2019). software demo, "BlackLab: corpus search for everyone", CLARIN Annual Conference, 30 September – 2 October 2019, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Noordegraaf, Julia (2019). Data and Tool Criticism in the CLARIAH Media Suite. Symposium on Tools Criticism, 21 November 2019, Leiden. [URL]
  • Noordegraaf, Julia (2019). Digital Heritage as 'Big Historical Data' in Humanities Scholarship: Digital Methods, Research Infrastructure and Collaboration, DIGARV, 13 November 2019, Stockholm, Sweden. [URL]
  • Noordegraaf, Julia (2019). Launching and demo of the Media Suite version 4. Demo. CLARIAH Toogdag, 5 April 2019, The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum. [URL]
  • Noordegraaf, J., T. Vermaut, M. Raat, H. Mol, M. van Erp, K. Doreleijers, N. van der Sijs, I. Zandhuis, R. Zijdeman, V. Baptist, C. Rasterhoff, T. van Oort, C. Vrielink, I. Kisjes, B. Pierik, D. van den Heuvel & F. Kaplan (2019). Semantic Deep Mapping in an Integrated Platform for Studying Historical Amsterdam. Digital Humanities 2019, 9-12 July 2019, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan, Sheean Spoel, and Jelte van Boheemen (2019). GrETEL 4. Presentation at the Utrecht Centre for Digital Humanities Seminar Utrecht, October 11.
  • Odijk, Jan, Sheean Spoel, and Jelte van Boheemen (2019). GrETEL 4: interactief analyseren van syntactische structuren. Presentation given at the Grote Taaldag, Utrecht, the Netherlands., February 2.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Anncor. Lecture at the AnnCor Symposium, April 24, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). CLARIN-supported research on modification potential in Dutch first language acquisition. Presentation at the CLARIN Annual Conference 2019, September 30, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Corpus-supported research into the acquisition of the syntax of degree modifiers. MA-Rotation 2019 Lecture, October 22, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Data science for generating linguistic knowledge. Lecture at the Data Science meets Humanities Symposium, April 12, Leiden.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Faceted search for discovering software. Lecture at the Digital Humanities Conference, July 10, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). GrETEL 4 demo. Lecture and Demonstration at the AnnCor Symposium, April 24, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). GrETEL demonstration. Demonstration at the “Nascholingscursus Onderzoek & Didactiek: ‘De internationale positie van de Nederlandse taal en cultuur”’, August 27, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Machine translation: Introduction. Lecture at the “Nascholingscursus Onderzoek & Didactiek: ‘De internationale positie van de Nederlandse taal en cultuur”’, August 27, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Naar (semi-) automatische analyse van taalontwikkeling. Presentation at the UiL-OTS-Auris meeting, September 12, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Naar semi-automatische analyse van spontane taal. Presentation at the Taalontwikkeling bij Kinderen (TOK) day, November 13, Amsterdam.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Naar (semi-)automatische analyse van taalontwikkeling. Lecture at the Board meeting of the Association for Clinical Linguistics (VKL), March 29, Amersfoort,.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Naar (semi-)automatische analyse van taalontwikkeling. Presentation at the SASTA Meeting, November 22, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). New horizons: CLARIAH. Lecture at the NWO Synergy Conference, February 6, Bussum.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). ParlaFormat workshop: Introduction. Lecture at the CLARIN ParlaFormat Workshop, May 23, Amersfoort.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). The seductions and dangers of GrETEL4. Lecture at the Leiden University Centre for Digital Humanities, March 26, Leiden.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Transcriptie m.b.v. spraakherkenning. Lecture at the UiL-OTS/Auris Meeting, August 23, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2019). Voorzetselvoorwerpen. Presentation given at the Grote Taaldag, February 2, Utrecht.
  • Ordelman, Roeland (2019). Presentatie voor onderzoekers bij Research Seminar of the CHEurope project. Conference presentation.
  • Ordelman, Roeland, Julia Noordegraaf, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Jasmijn van Gorp (2019). Media Suite: Unlocking Audiovisual Archives for Mixed Media Scholarly Research. Conference presentation at CLARIN Annual Conference, 30 September – 2 October 2019, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Petram, Lodewijk, Jelle van Lottum (2019), Some thoughts on working with historical databases, Risky Business, 28 March 2019, Amsterdam.
  • Pronk, Celine, Levi Remijnse, Max van Amstel, Jan Odijk, Marjo van Koppen, and Alexis Dimitriadis (2019). Annotate your child: Interpreting and annotating Dutch data from spoken child language. Poster at the Language Sciences Day, UiL-OTS, January 30, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
  • Reynaert, Martin, Patrick Bos and Janneke van der Zwaan (2019). The diachronic Dutch Lexicon, TICCLAT style, CLIN29 (29th Computational Linguistics In the Netherlands conference), 31 January 2019, De Oosterpoort – Groningen.
  • Reynaert, Martin, Patrick Bos and Janneke van der Zwaan (2019). TICCLAT: a Dutch diachronical database of linked word-variants, DH Benelux, 12-13 September 2019, University of Liège - Luik, Belgium.
  • Reynaert, Martin, Patrick Bos and Janneke van der Zwaan (2019). Granularity versus Dispersion in the Dutch Diachronical Database of Lexical Frequencies TICCLAT, CLARIN Annual Conference 2019, 30 September - 2 October, 2019, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Reynaert, Martin, Gijs Brouwer, Remon Kruizinga (2019). Project ‘Gheborcht Ys’ aka ‘GHEYS’, SBIR Phase 2 Kick-off, 10 October 2019, Dutch National Archives - The Hague.
  • Reynaert, Martin (2019). TICCLAT Explorer, ATILA 2019, 11 October 2019, Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library - Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Rieder, Bernhard (2019). Introduction to the CLARIAH Media Suite to students from the Digital Methods Winter School. Workshop. University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Smeenk, Kim, Aysenur Bilgin, Tom Klaver, Erik Tjong Kim Sang, Laura Hollink, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Frank Harbers and Marcel Broersma (2019). Grounding Paradigmatic Shifts In Newspaper Reporting In Big Data. Analysing Journalism History By Using Transparent Automatic Genre Classification. DH2019 9-12 July, Utrecht.
  • Smeenk, K (2019). Transparent automatic genre classification of newspaper articles. CLARIN Annual Conference 2019, 1 - 3 October 2019, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Stapel, Rombert, Ashkan Ashkpour, Martin Reynaert (2019). ‘OpenGazAm. Digitalisation and Toponym Resolution for a Historical Gazetteer of the Early Modern Americas’, Association for Computers and the Humanities Conference 2019, 25 July 2019, Pittsburgh, United States.
  • Stapel, R.J., R.L. Zijdeman, W. Beek, E. Mac Gillavry, J.A. Mol, B. Spaan, A. van Steensel and T. Vermaut (2019). ‘Spatial Humanities Netherlands. Towards a national collaborative network’, Digital Humanities Conference 2019, 7 July 2019, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Tilton, Lauren, Taylor Arnold, Giles Bergel, Jasmijn van Gorp, Julia Noordegraaf, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Mark Williams, John Bell, Roeland Ordelman, and Thomas Poell (2019). “Exploring Audiovisual Corpora in the Humanities: Methods, Infrastructure, and Software", July 2019, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Tilton, Lauren and Jasmijn van Gorp (2019). “AVinDH SIG Workshop". DH2019, 8 July 2019, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Tjong Kim Sang, Erik, Kim Smeenk, Aysenur Bilgin, Tom Klaver, Laura Hollink, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Frank Harbers and Marcel Broersma (2019). Towards Transparent Linguistic Analysis of Dutch Newspaper Article Genres using Machine Learning. CLIN2019, 31 januari 2019, Groningen.
  • Wigham, Mari and Liliana Melgar Estrada (2019). Workshop "Hands-on with the Media Suite" to New Media and Digital Culture students Utrecht University. Workshop at The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, January 2019, Hilversum.
  • Zeeman, R., M. Windhouwer (2019). Tweak Your CMDI Forms to the Max. Demonstration at the CLARIAH Toogdag, 5 April 2019, Hilversum. [URL]
  • Zijdeman, R.L. (2019). Linked Data: Een extra ontsluitingslaag op Archieven. Digital Humanities & Archieven Workshop. 5 March 2019, Nationaal Archief, Den Haag.

2018

Aasman, Susan (2018). Pitching results of research project, CLARIAH Toogdag, Den Haag, 19 October 2018.

  • Abdul Latif, Maksim (2018). “Medieval Arabic singing and Emotions”, BRISMES Annual Conference 2018 ‘New Approaches’, United Kingdom King’s College, London, 25-28 June 2018.
  • Ashkpour, Ashkan, Albert Meroño-Peñuela (2018). “LOCS AND KEYS: Linked Open Classification System and Opening up Knowledge”. 12th European Social Science History Conference. Belfast, United Kingdom.
  • Baptist, V., J. Noordegraaf and T. van Oort (2018). Media Studies: Amsterdam Cinema Audiences. Invited talk at CREATE Salon, University of Amsterdam, 22 November 2018.
  • Bloothooft, Gerrit, David Onland, Richard Oosterlaken (2018). NAMES, a CLARIAH research project, DH Benelux 2018, Digital Humanities Benelux Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Broersma, Marcel (2018). Project Pitch, CLARIAH toogdag, 17 October 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Depuydt, Katrien (2018). The Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch as Linked Open Data, LREC 2018 Globalex pre-conference workshop “Lexicography and Wordnets”.
  • Depuydt, Katrien and Jesse de Does (2018). Ontolex workshop on lexicografische data at INT, 5 November 2018, Leiden.
  • Erp, Marieke van (2018). Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN 28), 26 January 2018, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
  • Erp, Marieke van (2018). 21st International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management EKAW, 2018.
  • Erp, M. van, N. van der Sijs and K. Doreleijers (2018). Linguistics: A reconstruction of nineteenth-century Amsterdam dialects and sociolects. Invited talk at CREATE Salon, University of Amsterdam, 22 November 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Erp, Marieke van, Jesse de Does, Thomas van Goethem and Katrien Depuydt (2018). Good lynx, bad lynx: document enrichment for historical ecologist. Presentation at Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN 28), 26 January 2018, Nijmegen.
  • Fokkens, Antske, Auke Rijpma, Richard Zijdemans, Isa Maks (2018). Hhucap The history of human capital, Presentation at the Clariah toogdag, 17 October 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Fokkens, Antske (2018). How to learn as much as possible. NLP tools for historical research. conference keynote presentation Historical Network Conference, Brno, Czech Republic.
  • Galen, C.W. van, A. Janssens and J. Kok (2018). Slave registers and a Historical Database of Suriname. The potential of the life course approach for the social history of Suriname. Conference Legacy of Slavery and Indentured Labour, 19 June 2018, Paramaribo, Suriname.
  • Gompel, M. van, and I. Hendrickx (2018). LaMachine, CLARIN Conference 2018, Pisa, Italy. [URL]
  • Heuvel, H. van den (2018). CoDoSiS Results. Presentation at Clariah Toogdag. 17 October 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Hofmeester, Karin (2018). Diamonds in Borneo: Commodities as Concepts in Context. Presentation held at CLARIAH Toogdag, 19 October 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Hogervorst, Susan, Martine de Vos, Marieke van Erp, Jeroen Willemsen, Hennie Brugman (2018). Presentation at DH Benelux, June 2018, IISG Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Komen, E. & Hoek, J. (2018). Automating Coherence Analysis for the Computationally Challenged. Poster presented at CLIN (Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands) 28, January 2018, Nijmegen.
  • Kuhn, Tobias, Albert Meroño-Peñuela, Alexander Malic, Jorrit H. Poelen, Allen H. Hurlbert, Emilio Centeno Ortiz, Laura I. Furlong, Núria Queralt-Rosinach, Christine Chichester, Juan M. Banda, Egon Willighagen, Friederike Ehrhart, Chris Evelo, Tareq B. Malas, Michel Dumontier (2018). “Nanopublications: A Growing Resource of Provenance-Centric Scientific Linked Data”. IEEE eScience Conference 2018, 29 October – 1 November, Amsterdam.
  • Kuppevelt, Daphne van, Patrick Bos, Melle Lyklema, Umar Ryad, Christian Lange, Janneke van der Zwaan (2018). “Bridging the gap: Digital Humanities and the Arabic-Islamic Corpus”, Poster presentation at Digital Humanities, June 2018, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Lange, Christian (2018). “The Utrecht digital furu’ al-fiqh corpus: Challenges, promises, and some preliminary results”, International symposium ‘Whither Islamicate digital humanities? Analytics, tools, corpora’, Netherlands Royal Academy of Sciences (KNAW), 13-14 December 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Lange, Christian (2018). “Reading Hanafi sources, from a distance’, International conference ‘The Hanafi School: History, Transformations, and Future’, Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), 3-4 December 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Lottum, Jelle van (2018). Arbeidsmigratie in het Amsterdam van de Gouden Eeuw, Open Monumentendag Amsterdam, 8 september 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Lottum, Jelle van, Lodewijk Petram (2018). Maritime careers in the Dutch Republic: some preliminary findings. Labour migration, skills and the maritime labor market in late seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Europe, World Economic History Congress, 1 August 2018, Cambridge, United States.
  • Lottum, Jelle van (2018), Sailors, National and International Labour Markets and National Identity, 1600 – 1850, 14 May 2018, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark.
  • Martinez Ortiz, Carlos, Roeland Ordelman, Marijn Koolen, Julia Noordegraaf, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Lora Aroyo, Jaap Blom, Victor De Boer, Willem Melder, Jasmijn van Gorp, Eva Baaren, Kaspar van Beelen, Norah Karrouche, Oana Inel, Iris van Vliet, Themis Karavellas, Johannes Wassenaar, Eduardo Silva Navarrete, and Thomas Poell (2018). “CLARIAH Media Suite: Enabling Scholarly Research for Audiovisual and Mixed Media Data Sets in a Sustainable, Distributed Infrastructure", Digital Humanities Benelux, 6-8 June 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana (2018). Introducci_on al proyecto CLARIAH. Presentation at Instituto Cervantes, December 2018, Madrid, Spain. [URL]
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Jaap Blom, and Marijn Koolen (2018). Future of the WP5 manual video annotation tool (demo/discussion session), March 2018, Hilversum.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana and Silvana Di Gregorio (2018). Researcher annotation tools (hands on workshop). Workshop at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, September 2018, Munich, Germany. [URL]
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Marijn Koolen, and Jaap Blom (2018). CLARIAH Expert Meeting on Video Annotation Interoperability, July 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana and Christian Gosvig Olesen (2018). Audiovisual Annotation for Media Historians: an introduction to the CLARIAH Media Suite and MIMEHIST - Annotating EYE's Jean Desmet Collection, Workshop, Amsterdam.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Roeland Ordelman, and Mari Wigham (2018). “Jupyter Notebooks for generous archive interfaces", Computational Archival Science (CAS) workshop - IEEE big data 2018, 10-13 December 2018, Seattle, United States.
  • Meroño-Peñuela, Albert, Ashkan Ashkpour, Richard Zijdeman, Rinke Hoekstra (2018). “Making Social Science More Reproducible by Encapsulating Access to Linked Data”. European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC 2018), 4-7 April, Belfast, North Ireland, United Kingdom.
  • Molen, Berrie van der, Jasmijn van Gorp, and Toine Pieters (2018). “Operationalizing “public debates" across digitized heterogeneous mass media datasets in the development and use of the Media Suite". CLARIN Annual Conference 2018, 8-10 October, Pisa, Italy [URL]
  • Molen, Berrie van der, Jasmijn van Gorp, Toine Pieters (2018). “(Re-)Constructing public debates with CLARIAH Media Suite tools in print and audiovisual media.” CLARIN Annual Conference, October 2018, Pisa, Italy.
  • Molen, Berrie van der (2018). ‘The public framing of MDMA in historical Dutch media debates: approaching print and audiovisual material as historical big data’, International Society for Cultural History annual conference, Columbia University, September 2018, New York City, United States.
  • Molen, Berrie van der (2018). ‘Researching drugs in Dutch cross-media debates. Using and developing the Comparative Search tool in CLARIAH’s Media Suite for distant and close reading of cultural heritage “big data”.’ DH Benelux 2018, University of Amsterdam, June, 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Molen, Berrie van der (2018). ‘The public framing of MDMA in historical Dutch media debates. Developing a digital toll to answer historical research questions based on distant and close reading of cultural heritage “big data”.’ DH Budapest 2018, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary, May 2018.
  • Noordegraaf, Julia (2018). Digital Hermeneutics in Media Historiography: Researching Paul Verhoeven in the CLARIAH Media Suite, October 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Odijk, Jan and Daan Broeder (2018). Faceted search for DH tools in CLARIN. Poster held at the Digital Humanities Benelux Conference, June 8, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. [URL]
  • Odijk, Jan, Martijn van der Klis, and Sheean Spoel (2018). Extensions to the GrETEL treebank query application. Poster at TLT’16, January 23, Prague, Czech Republic. [URL]
  • Jan Odijk, Jan, Martijn van der Klis, and Sheean Spoel (2018). Extensions to the GrETEL treebank query application. Poster and Demo given at the Utrecht University Digital Humanities Event , November 7 Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). The AnnCor CHILDES treebank. Poster and demonstration held at the LREC 2018 Conference, May 10, Miyazaki, Japan.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Boosting linguistic research with CLARIN. ESSLLI Summer school Evening Lecture, August 14, Sofia, Bulgaria. [URL]
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Clarin requirements and data curation. Presentation given at the CLARIAH-PLUS workshop, October 17, Amsterdam.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Discovering DH software. Poster and Demo given at the Utrecht University Digital Humanities Event, November 7, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Discovering software in CLARIN. Presentation and Demo at the CLARIN Annual Conference, October 10, Pisa, Italy. [URL]
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). GrETEL 4. MA Rotation Lecture Utrecht University, September 25, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). GrETEL 4 / Anncor. Presentation given at Utrecht University, October 25, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). The latest and the greatest of GrETEL 4. Poster and Demo at the CLARIN Annual Conference Bazar, October 9, Pisa, Italy. [URL]
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Linguistic research using the GrETEL 4 treebank application. Presentation given at the workshop ‘La Lingua Italiana nell’Era Digitale’ , October 16, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Machine translation: Introduction. Lecture at the “Nascholingscursus Onderzoek & Didactiek: ‘De internationale positie van de Nederlandse taal en cultuur”’, August 20, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Mor and gra tiers for chat corpora. Presentation given at Utrecht University, November 16, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Pas op met gebruikersvriendelijke corpustoepassingen! Presentation given at the Dag van de Nederlandse Zinsbouw, December 21, Gent, Belgium.
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Provenance in Anncor & CLARIAH WP3. Lecture at CLARIAH Provenance Workshop, September 3, Den Haag. [URL]
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Structure building in syntax and phonology. Presentation held at the Parallels between Syntax and Phonology Workshop, July 9, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Odijk, Jan (2018). Towards interoperability of parliamentary data and tools. Presentation held at the LREC 2018 ParlaCLARIN Workshop, May 7, Miyazaki, Japan. [URL]
  • Olesen, Christian Gosvig & Ivan Kisjes (2018). “OCR’ing and classifying Jean Desmet’s Business Archive - Methodological Implications and New Directions for Media Historical Research”, DH2018, June 27, 2018, Mexico City.
  • Olesen, Christian Gosvig (2018). “Perspectives on computer-assisted film style analysis in the MIMEHIST and SEMIA projects”, Invited presentation at Workshop „Computer-based Approaches for the Analysis of Film Style”, May 3, 2018, ZeM, Potsdam.
  • Olesen, Christian Gosvig (2018). “MIMEHIST: Annotating EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection”, Symposium of the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), 23 April 2018, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Olesen, Christian Gosvig (2018). “MIMEHIST: Annotating EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection”, Video Annotation Workshop, April 12, 2018, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Groningen.
  • Olesen, Christian Gosvig (2018).MIMEHIST: Annotating EYE's Jean Desmet Collection in the CLARIAH MediaSuite”, CREATE Salon, April 5, 2018, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
  • Oostdijk, Nelleke (2018). Provenance in relation to language corpora. Presentation at the CLARIAH Provenance Workshop, DANS, 3 September 2018, Den Haag. [pdf]
  • Oostdijk, Nelleke (2018). Sensitive data and linguistic research. Presentation at the Sensitive Data Workshop at the EUDAT Conference, 22 January 2018, Porto, Portugal.
  • Ordelman, Roeland, Carlos Martinez Ortiz, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Marijn Koolen, Jaap Blom, Willem Melder, Jasmijn van Gorp, Victor De Boer, Themistoklis Karavellas, Lora Aroyo, Thomas Poell, Norah Karrouche, Eva Baaren, Johannes Wassenaar, Oana Inel, and Julia Noordegraaf (2018). “Challenges in Enabling Mixed Media Scholarly Research with Multi-media Data in a Sustainable Infrastructure", Digital Humanities Conference, 26-29 June 2018, Mexico City, Mexico. [URL]
  • Ordelman, Roeland, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Carlos Martinez Ortiz, and Julia Noordegraaf (2018). “Media Suite: Unlocking Archives for Mixed Media Scholarly Research". CLARIN Annual Conference, 8-10 October 2018, Pisa, Italy. [URL]
  • Petram, Lodewijk, Jelle van Lottum (2018). The added value of digitally connected maritime collections: a linked data demonstration, Zesde Symposium Maritiem Portal en Nieuwe Maritieme Geschiedenis van Nederland, 23 november 2018, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Petram, Lodewijk, Jelle van Lottum (2018). HUMIGEC. Human capital, immigration and the early modern Dutch economy: job mobility of native and immigrant workers in the maritime labour market, c.1700-1800, CLARIAH Toogdag, Amsterdam.
  • Petram, Lodewijk (2018). Entity linkage in CLARIAH research pilot HUMIGEC, Person observation meeting, 1 June 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Petram, Lodewijk, Jelle van Lottum, Rutger van Koert (2018). Knowledge production through record linkage: reconstructing sailors’ careers for insight into migrants’ opportunities in and contribution to the Dutch economy, c. 1700-1800, DHBenelux Conference 2018, 8 June 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Randeraad, Nico (2018). Pitch Clariah Toogdag, The Hague, KB, 9 March 2018, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Den Haag.
  • Randeraad, Nico (2018). Workshop ‘Towards a Transnational Biographical Infrastructure’, 19-20 April 2018, Maastricht.
  • Randeraad, Nico (2018). Digitizing the transnational history of social reform, 3 May 2018, VU Amsterdam.
  • Randeraad, Nico (2018). Keynote on Digital History Research School Political history, 2 July 2018, Maastricht.
  • Reynaert, Martin (2018). TICCLAT : Text-Induced Corpus Correction and Lexical Assessment Tool. Poster presentation at CLIN28, 26 January 2018, Nijmegen. [pdf]
  • Reynaert, Martin (2018). ‘TICCLAT: volautomatische postcorrectie van gedigitaliseerde diachronische teksten’, Meertens Lunchlezing. 15 November 2018, Spinhuis, Amsterdam.
  • Reynaert, Martin and Maarten van Gompel, Ko van der Sloot and Antal van den Bosch (2018). ‘PICCL and its Pilots’. DH Benelux Conference 2018, 6-8 June 2018, IISH Amsterdam.
  • Reynaert, Martin, Maarten van Gompel, Ko van der Sloot and Antal van den Bosch (2018). Towards TICCLAT, the next level in Text-Induced Corpus Correction, CLARIN Annual Conference 2018, 8-10 October 2018, Pisa, Italy.
  • Sauer, Sabrina (2018), Visual Studies presentation of NarDis including feedback on VIEW article draft, 8 May 2018, Groningen,.
  • Sauer, Sabrina (2018), Presentation 'The Media Researcher as Storyteller: Working with Digitized Audiovisual Sources', Symposium ‘The Many Lives of Audiovisual Heritage', 16 May 2018, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
  • Sauer, Sabrina, Berber Hagedoorn, Liliana Melgar, Victor de Boer, Lora Aroyo and Carlos Martínez Ortiz (2018), ‘Linking data and disciplines: Exploring narratives through computational tools and interdisciplinary brokering', DH Benelux 2018, 6 June 2018, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam. [pdf]
  • Sauer, Sabrina, Berber Hagedoorn (2018), "Telling stories about (re)search: research practices reconfigured by digital search technologies", EASST conference 2018: Meetings – Making Science, Technology and Society together, 27 July 2018, Lancaster University, Lancaster, United Kingdom. [URL]
  • Schalk, Ruben, Auke Rijpma and Richard Zijdeman (2018). ‘Clariah Datalegend: Linked Economic and Social History Datasets in the Cloud’, World Economic History Conference, 29 July – 3 August 2018, Boston.
  • Sauer, Sabrina, Berber Hagedoorn, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Victor De Boer, Lora Aroyo, and Carlos Martinez Ortiz (2018). “Linking data and disciplines: Exploring narratives through computational tools and interdisciplinary collaboration". DHBenelux Conference 2018, 8 June 2018, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Sijs, N. van der, M. van Erp, K. Doreleijers, B. Assendelft (2018). Amsterdam Time Machine. Science lab at DRONGO language festival 2018, 9 November 2018, Nijmegen.
  • Sijs, N. van der (2018). ‘Hoe klonk het Amsterdams van de 19de eeuw’. radio-interview op 10/11 bij De Taalstaat. [URL]
  • Slootweg, Tom and Jasmijn Van Gorp (2018). Overcoming Resistance towards Digital Tools in the Classroom. Poster. November 2018, Utrecht.
  • Smeenk, K., F. Harbers and M. Broersma (2018). News Genres: the potential and problems of automatic genre classification for newspaper and television news. DHBenelux, 6 - 8 June 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Spoel, Sheean and Jan Odijk (2018). Extensions to the GrETEL treebank query application. Poster at the Digital Humanities Benelux Conference, 6-8 June 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Spooren, W. (2018). De automatische analyse van subjectiviteit en causale samenhang in tekst. VIOT 2018: Duurzame Taalbeheersing, January 2018, Groningen.
  • Spooren, W., & Sanders, T. (2018). The automatic analysis of subjectivity and causal coherence in text. Textlink2018, March 2018, Toulouse, France.
  • Stapel, R.J., R.L. Zijdeman, W. Beek, E. Mac Gillavry, J.A. Mol, B. Spaan, A. van Steensel and T. Vermaut (2018). ‘Spatial Humanities Netherlands. Towards a national collaborative network’, Linked Pasts IV: Views from inside the LOD-cloud, 12 December 2018, Mainz, Germany.
  • Vallinga, Mark, Frank Harbers en Marcel Broersma (2018). Remediation of Sports Coverage. The discours about football and television in Dutch newspapers between 1950-1980, ECREA conference, November 2018, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Wigham, Mari, Liliana Melgar Estrada, and Roeland Ordelman (2018). “Jupyter Notebooks for generous archive interfaces", IEEE Big Data 2018: 3rd Computational Archival Science (CAS) Workshop. Seattle, United States. [URL]
  • Zandhuis, I. (2018). Dreaming of addresses as Linked Open Data in Amsterdam, Workshop Finding the Way through Historical Data. The use of GIS on historical databases, 26 June, 2018, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Zandhuis, I. and R. Zijdeman (2018). Social and Economic History: Amsterdam Elite. Talk at CREATE Salon, University of Amsterdam, 22 November 2018, Amsterdam.
  • Zandhuis, I. (2018). CLARIAH WP4, PILOD werkgroep Erfgoed, Rijksdienst voor Cultureel Erfgoed, 18 December 2018, Amersfoort.
  • Zeeman, R., M. Windhouwer (2018). Tweak Your CMDI Forms to the Max. Presented at the CLARIN Annual Conference, October 8-10, 2018, Pisa, Italy. [URL]
  • Zeeman, R., M. Windhouwer (2018). Component Metadata & TLA-FLAT. Demonstration at the CLARIAH Toogdag. The Hague, The Netherlands, March 9, 2018.
  • Zijdeman, R.L. (2018). HHuCap Elevator Pitch. CLARIAH Toogdag. March 9th. Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Den Haag.
  • Zwaan, Janneke van der, and Dafne van Kuppevelt (2018). “Data and coding: best practices”, International symposium ‘Whither Islamicate digital humanities? Analytics, tools, corpora’, Netherlands Royal Academy of Sciences [KNAW], 13-14 December 2018, Amsterdam. [URL]

2017

Aasman, Susan (2017), Presenting research project, Big Spring Video Conference, 22-24 November 2017, Aalborg, Denmark.

  • Aroyo, Lora, Chiel van den Akker, Marnix van Berchum, Lodewijk Petram, Gerard Kuys, Tommaso Caselli, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Victor de Boer, Sabrina Sauer and Berber Hagedoorn (2017). Panel ‘A Pragmatic Approach to Understanding and Utilizing Events in Cultural Heritage’, DHBenelux 2017 Conference, 5 July 2017, Utrecht University, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Ashkpour, Ashkan and Albert Meroño Peñuela (2017). Linked Classifications Systems and Religion. Conference: SSHA, Montreal, Canada, November 2-5, 2017.
  • Baaren, Eva (2017). CLARIAH Media studies workshop, December 2017, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
  • Baaren, Eva and Jasmijn Van Gorp (2017). CLARIAH Media studies workshop. November 2017, Utrecht University, November 2017.
  • Blom, Jaap, Marijn Koolen, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Peter Boot, Ronald Haentjens Dekker, Christian Olesen, Susan Aasman, Norah Karrouche, and Rob Wegter (2017). A Demonstration of Scholarly Web Annotation Support Using the W3C Annotation Data Model and RDFa, 24 November, 2017, Aalborg, Denmark. [URL]
  • Boer, V. de, Oana Inel (2017). Interrogating Our Tools. Workshop held at Digital History Workshop, 24 March 2017, VU Amsterdam.
  • Boer, Victor de, Oana Inel, Lora Aroyo, Chiel van den Akker, Susane Legene, Carlos Martinez Ortiz, Werner Helmich, Berber Hagedoorn, Sabrina Sauer, Jaap Blom, Liliana Melgar Estrada, and Johan Oomen (2017). DIVE+: Explorative Search for Digital Humanities. (Winner of the Grand Prize) LODLAM Summit, 28-29 July 2017, Venice, Italy.
  • Boer, Victor de, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Oana Inel, Carlos Martinez Ortiz, Lora Aroyo, and Johan Oomen (2017), “Enriching Media Collections for Event-based Exploration", 11th International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research (MTSR'17), 28 November -1 December 2017, Tallinn, Estonia.
  • Boot, Peter, Ronald Haentjens Dekker, Marijn Koolen, and Liliana Melgar Estrada (2017). “Facilitating Fine-Grained Open Annotations of Scholarly Sources". Digital Humanities Conference. 28 February 2017, Montreal, Canada.
  • Bosch, A. van den, Lex Heerma van Voss, Karina van Dalen-Oskam and Richard L. Zijdeman (2017). Panel Digital Humanities, at Opening KNAW Humanities Cluster, 24 January 2017, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Brugman, H. (2017). ‘Nederlab als gereedschap voor (onder)zoeken van veranderingen’. Presentation and demonstration at the Symposium Historische Kranten als Big Data II, 20 January 2017, Den Haag.
  • Depuydt, Katrien and Jesse de Does (2017). Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch. From dictionary to morphosyntactic and semantic lexicon. Poster at DH Benelux, 3-5 July 2017, Utrecht.
  • Depuydt, katrien and Jesse de Does (2017). The Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch as linked open data in the CLARIAH infrastructure. eLex 2017, 19 September 2017.
  • Depuydt, Katrien and Jesse de Does (2017). The Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch as linked open data in the CLARIAH infrastructure. CLARIAH Techdag , 6 October 2017.
  • Depuydt, Katrien (2017). Corpus creation/preparation and provenance. CLARIAH provenance workshop, 3 September 2017.
  • Depuydt, Katrien (2017). Riddles in the Dark. Over corpusbouw. DHuF and INT workshop, 25 October 2017, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Does, Jesse de (2017). Out of Frying-Pan Into The Fire. Over corpusannotatie. DHuF en INT workshop, 25 October 2017, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Does, Jesse de, and Katrien Depuydt (2017). The Gathering of the Clouds. Lexical resources en Linked Open Data. DHuF and INT workshop, 25 October 2017, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Erp, M. van (2017). Poster and Demo “If Buildings Could Talk” at Week van het Digitaal Erfgoed. 7 April 2017, ‘s Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands.
  • Erp, M. van (2017). Collectie Ontsluiting: The Next Level. Session at the Nederlandse Historicidagen. With NIOD, Nationaal Archief and Noord-Hollands Archief, 24-25 August 2017. Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • Erp, M. van (2017). Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic Web, WHiSe II, 22 October 2017, Vienna, Austria.
  • Fokkens, A. and Willem van Hage (2017). GRaSP & NAF: Linking Linguistics Annotations. Presentation at the workshop on Linked Data for Linguistic Research. 6 February 2017, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Fokkens, Antske (2017), BiographyNet. Present & Future. ‘From Qualitative to Quantative Research’ Conference. 10 march 2017, Ajou University, Suwon, Korea.
  • Fokkens, Antske (2017). A closer look at distant reading. National eScience Symposium (invited presentation), 12 October 2017, Amsterdam.
  • Fokkens, A., R.L. Zijdeman and A. Rijpma (2017). Distilling Careers: augmenting biographies with occupational information. Digital Humanities Benelux, July 5-9, Utrecht University, Utrecht. [pdf]
  • Galen, C.W. van (2017). CoDoSiS: Combining Data on Slavery in Surinam. CLARIAH Toogdag, 9 March 2017.
  • Gorp, J. van, Roos Kiewik (2017). Teaching Digital Television Historiography. Conference presentation held at Television in Transition Seminar Series, 6 February 2017, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
  • Gorp, J. van, Roos Kiewik (2017). What's not in the Archive: Teaching Television History in the Digital Humanities Era. Conference presentation held at SCMS, 22-27 March 2017, Chicago, US.
  • Gorp, Jasmijn van, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, and Marijn Koolen (2017). Digital Tool Criticism. Notes on an interdisciplinary workshop, December 2017.
  • Gorp, Jasmijn van, Iris van Vliet, and Liliana Melgar Estrada (2017). CLARIAH Media Suite v1, July 2017.
  • Hagedoorn, Berber (2017). Presentation, CLARIAH Toogdag, 10 March 2017, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Heerma van Voss, Lex and Jan Odijk (2017). CLARIAH-core: Een overzicht. Presentation held at the meeting with the NWO permanent committee for large scale infrastructures, 25 September 2017, Amsterdam.
  • Hofmeester, Karin (2017). Diamonds in Borneo: Commodities as Concepts in Context, presentation held at CLARIAH Toogdag, 9 March 2017, Amsterdam.
  • Hogervorst, S. (2017). ‘Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis gedigitaliseerd – een verkenning’ (with Kees Ribbens), 13 October 2017, Amsterdam.
  • Hogervorst, S. (2017). ‘Oral history en geschiedenisonderwijs’, Historicidagen, 8 August, Utrecht.
  • Hogervorst, S. (2017). ‘Oral history online – User perspectives and behavior in a transforming WW2 memory culture’, DHBenelux2017 conference, 4-6 July, Utrecht.
  • Hogervorst, S. (2017). ‘Digitale oral history collecties. Inzichten en mogelijkheden’, Workshop ‘Oral history en geschiedenisonderwijs’ of Meesterschapsteam Geschiedenis, 4 June, Utrecht.
  • Hogervorst, S. (2017). ‘Video testimonies, teaching, and cultural memory – trends and comments’, International workshop on "The localization of videotaped testimonies of victims of National Socialism in educational programs", 9-11 January, Vienna, Austria.
  • Inel, O. (2017). DIVE+: Explorative Search for Digital Humanities in CLARIAH Media Suite. Conference presentation and demonstration held at ICTopen, 21-22 march 2017, Amersfoort.
  • Inel, Oana, Lora Aroyo, Jaap Blom, Victor De Boer, Werner Helmich, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Carlos Martinez Ortiz, and Johan Oomen (2017). DIVE+: Explorative Search for Digital Humanities in CLARIAH Media Suite. Winner Best SIKS Poster presentation. Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Kouw, Wouter, Martine de Vos (2017). Poster presentation at eScience Symposium October 2017, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Klis, M. van der & Jan Odijk (2017). Corpus Upload and Metadata Analysis Extensions for GrETEL. Poster and demo at the Language Science Day, 2 February 2017, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
  • Klis, M. van der & Jan Odijk (2017). Corpus Upload and Metadata Analysis Extensions for GrETEL. Poster and demo at CLIN 2017,2 October 2017, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Klis, M. van der & Jan Odijk (2017). Corpus Upload and Metadata Analysis Extensions for GrETEL. Demo at the CLARIAH Toogdag 2017, IISH, 10 March 2017, Amsterdam.
  • Klis, M. van der & Jan Odijk (2017). Corpus upload and metadata analysis extensions for GrETEL. Poster held at Digital Humanities Benelux, Utrecht, July 6 2017.
  • Koolen, Marijn, Jaap Blom, Peter Boot, Ronald Haentjens Dekker, and Liliana Melgar Estrada (2017). “Supporting Scholarly Web Annotation via RDF and Annotation Ontologies", Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Martinez Ortiz, Carlos, Roeland Ordelman, Marijn Koolen, Julia Noordegraaf, Liliana Melgar Estrada, Lora Aroyo, Jaap Blom, Victor De Boer, Willem Melder, Jasmijn van Gorp, Eva Baaren, Kaspar van Beelen, Norah Karrouche, Oana Inel, Rosita Kiewik, Themis Karavellas, and Thomas Poell (2017). “From Tools to “Recipes": Building a Media Suite within the Dutch Digital Humanities Infrastructure CLARIAH". Digital Humanities Benelux, 3-5 July 2017, Utrecht.
  • Melgar, L. (2017). CLARIAH annotation workshop. Workshop held at Digital Humanities (Benelux), 3-5 July 2017, Utrecht.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Marijn Koolen, Hugo Huurdeman, and Jaap Blom (2017). “A process model of time-based media annotation in a scholarly context". CHIIR 2017: ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval, Oslo, Norway.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Julia Noordegraaf, and Christian Gosvig Olesen (2017). Tools for annotating and analyzing moving images: an overview and hands-on practice. University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana and Christian Gosvig Olesen (2017). CLARIAH Media Studies and MIMEHIST project. University of Zurich, September 2017, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Christian Gosvig Olesen, and Julia Noordegraaf (2017), Tools for annotating and analyzing moving images: an overview and hands-on practice. University of Amsterdam, March 2017, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana, Curators from different Dutch institutions (KB, DANS, NIOD, EYE), and Curators from different Dutch institutions (KB, DANS, NIOD, EYE) (2017). CLARIAH Media studies workshop, May 2017, Utrecht.
  • Meroño Peñuela, A., Ashkan Ashkpour (2017), Actionable Data Links: Tools for Reproducibility in Social Science and History. SSHA Conference, Montreal, Canada, November 2-5, 2017.
  • Niestadt, Jan (2017). presentation about BlackLab: "Inside Information: about corpus search", DHuF and INT workshop, 25 oktober 2017, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Niestadt, J. (2017). Demo of OpenSoNaR at the CLARIAH Toogdag 2017, IISH, Amsterdam, March 10, 2017.
  • Noordegraaf, J., et al (2017). CLARIAH annotation symposium. Workshop held at CLARIAH Annotation symposium, 12 May 2017, Amsterdam.
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Heel, erg and zeer in Basilex. Poster and demo at the Language Science Day, 2 February 2017, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Voorzetsels: wel of niet met een R-pronomen. Presentation at TIN 2017, Utrecht University, 4 February 2017, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Linked Open Data Use Case: Syntactic Search. Presentation at the Linked Data for Linguistic Research (LD4LR) Workshop, Feb 7, 2017, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Linked Open Data Use Case: DuELME. Presentation at the Linked Data for Linguistic Research (LD4LR) Workshop, Feb 7, 2017, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, J. (2017). CLARIAH WP3: Brief Status Update. Presentation at the CLARIAH Toogdag 2017, IISH, 10 March 2017, Amsterdam.
  • Odijk, J. (2017). AnnCor. Presentation held at the AnnCor meeting, November 22, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Annotation in Anncor. Presentation held at the CLARIAH Annotation Symposium, May 11, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Odijk, J. (2017). CLARIAH language resources. Presentation held at the NOTaS meeting, INT, October 12, Leiden.
  • Odijk, J. (2017). CLARIAH mid-term review. Presentation held at the CLARIAH Klankbordgroepvergadering, April 12, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Clarin and CLARIAH. Poster and demo held at Tabu 2017, June 22, Groningen. [URL]
  • Odijk, J. (2017). CLARIN language resources Switchboard in CLARIAH. Presentation held at the CLARIAH Tech day, October 6, Amsterdam.
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Corpus and computational linguistic methods and tools beyond corpus linguistics in CLARIAH. Presentation held at the CLARIN-UK pre-conference of the Corpus Linguistics Conference 2017 ‘Promoting Cross-disciplinary Corpus Linguistics’, July 23. [URL]
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Corpus annotation and exploitation: Contributions by CCL. Presentation held at the CCL25 symposium, February 9, Leuven. [URL]
  • Odijk, J. (2017). Towards interoperability. Presentation held at the CLARIN NCF meeting, November 28, Helsinki.
  • Ordelman, R. (2017). Huis van de Makers & CLARIAH. Workshop held at The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, 12 January 2017, Hilversum.
  • Ordelman, Roeland, Liliana Melgar Estrada, and Julia Noordegraaf (2017). “Media Suite: Scholarly Research Environment for Multimedia Archives", Hilversum.
  • Otten, Meie, Remco van der Veen, Alexis Dimitriadis, Pieter Hussaarts, Marjo van Koppen, and Jan Odijk (2017). Annotate your child: Interpreting and annotating Dutch data from spoken child language. poster held at the Language Science Day, February 4, Utrecht.
  • Otten, Meie, Remco van der Veen, Alexis Dimitriadis, Pieter Hussaarts, Marjo van Koppen, and Jan Odijk (2017). Annotate your child: Interpreting and annotating Dutch data from spoken child language. poster held at the Digital Humanities Benelux Conference, July 6, Utrecht.
  • Petram, Lodewijk (2017). CLARIAH in practice: reconstructing life-courses and historical events using linked open (genealogical) data, N.W. Posthumus Conference 2017: Global connections across time and space, 2 Jun 2017, Nijmegen.
  • Petram, Lodewijk, Jelle van Lottum (2017). Maritime historical data in the Dutch CLARIAH context, AveTransRisk project workshop on maritime-historical databases, Exeter, United Kingdom, 14 Dec 2017.
  • Petram, Lodewijk, Jelle van Lottum (2017). Reconstructing life courses of naval workers for insight into migrants - opportunities in and contribution to the Dutch economy, c.1700-1800, Biographical Data in a Digital World 2017: A Conference in the Framework of the Project APIS, Linz, Austria, 7 Nov 2017.
  • Randeraad, Nico (2017). Pitch Clariah Toogdag, Amsterdam IISG, 10 March 2017.
  • Reynaert, M. (2017). 'TICCL OCR-postcorrectie en de digitale KB-tekstcollecties'. Lightning talk at symposium: "Digitale historische kranten als ‘big data’ II". Dutch National Library, The Hague. 20 January 2017.
  • Reynaert, M., Maarten van Gompel, Ko van der Sloot and Antal van den Bosch (2017). 'PICCL: A workflow for preparing corpora for exploration and exploitation', presentation at CLIN27. CCL, Leuven University, 10 February 2017, Leuven, Belgium. [pdf]
  • Reynaert, Martin (2017). TICCLAT – Text-Induced Corpus Correction and Lexical Assessment Tool, TICCLAT Kick-off, 6 November 2017, Netherlands eScience Center, Amsterdam
  • Reynaert, Martin (2017). TICCLAT – Text- Induced Corpus Correction and Lexical Assessment Tool, ATILA 2017, 16 November 2017, Natuurmuseum - Tilburg
  • Rijpma, A. (2017). WP4-demo, Clariah Toogdag 2017, Amsterdam
  • Sauer, Sabrina (2017). DH Benelux (conference) presentation 2017, 4 July 2017, Utrecht.
  • Sauer, Sabrina (2017), DH Day University of Groningen presentation + workshop, 26 October 2017, Groningen.
  • Vossen, Piek (2017). From multilingual to cross-lingual processing for Social Sciences and Humanities, Invited keynote talk at CLARIN Annual Conference 2017, September 18-20, 2017, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Werff, L. van der, Roeland Ordelman (2017). Open-source Dutch Speech Recognition. Conference presentation held at Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands Conference (CLIN), 10 February 2017, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Windhouwer, M., H. Brugman. ‘Nederlab'. Presentation at the CLARIN-PLUS workshop: "Working with Digital Collections of Newspapers", September 19-21, 2016, Leuven, Belgium.

2016

  • Aroyo, L. (2016). Crowdsourcing & Events extraction. Conference presentation given at LREC 2016, 23-28 May 2016, Portorož, Slovenia.
  • Ashkpour, A. (2016). QBer Demonstration, CLARIAH Tech Dag, 7 oktober 2016, Utrecht. [URL]
  • Baaren, E. (2016). CoMeRDa. Demonstration given at CLARIAH Toogdag, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Baaren, E., Liliana Melgar Estrada, and Willem Melder (2016). Research tools voor radiomakers. Workshop given at Vondel CS data driven research series 1, 1 March 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Boer, V. de (2016). DIVE+. Demonstration given at CLARIAH Toogdag, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Brouwer, M., Hennie Brugman, Marc Kemps-Snijders (2016). ‘Mtas: A Solr/Lucene based Multi Tier Annotation Search solution’, CLARIN Annual Conference 2016, 26-28 October 2016, Aix-en-Provence, France.
  • Brugman, H. (2016). ‘Nederlab en zoeken naar tekstannotaties met Mtas’. Demonstration at the CLARIAH Toogdag, 22 januari 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Brugman, H. (2016). ‘Searching and Analyzing Large Annotated Text Collections in Nederlab’, DHBenelux Conference, 9-10 June 2016, Esch-zur-Alzette, Luxemburg.
  • Brugman, H. (2016). ‘Nederlab’, Demonstration at KB Research, 4 oktober 2016, Den Haag.
  • Brugman, H., Marc Kemps-Snijders, Matthijs Brouwer (2016). ‘Presentatie Nederlab met Mtas’, 5 oktober 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Depuydt, K., Does, J. de (2016). Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch. Poster presetation at Digital Humanities 2016, 12-15 juli 2016, Krakow, Poland.
  • Depuydt, K. (2016). Naar een diachroon semantisch lexicon van het Nederlands. Lecture at Informatiesessie CLARIAH Call for Research Pilots, 22 September 2016, Utrecht.
  • Depuydt K. (2016). Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch, poster, pitch (Katrien Depuydt) + demonstration (Jesse de Does) at Digital Humanities 2016, 12-15 July 2016, Krakow, Poland.
  • Depuydt, K. and Jesse de Does (2016). Demystifying Digitisation: a hands-on Master Class in text digitisation: Antwerp, 29-30 September 2016 (DARIAH-BE & DHuF (Digital Humanities Flanders)) in Antwerpen ABBYY Workshop by Jesse de Does en Katrien Depuydt op 29 september 2016.
  • Depuydt, Katrien (2016). Naar een diachroon semantisch lexicon van het Nederlands, Open Day, Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal, 12 oktober 2016, Leiden.
  • Depuydt, Katrien (2016). Naar een diachroon semantisch lexicon van het Nederlands, INT advisory board, 2 december 2016, Leiden.
  • Erp, M. van (2016). The domain as unifier, how focusing on social history can bring technical fields together. Invited talk at CEDAR Final Event. International Institute for Social History, 8 June 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Erp, M. van and Piek Vossen (2016). Deep Reading for Disasters. Presented at RIMMA 2016, 27 – 28 June 2016, Berlin, Germany.
  • Erp, M. van (2016). NewsReader: Automatically extracting Events, Entities and Perspectives from Newspapers. Invited talk at CLARIN-Plus workshop, 21 September 2016, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Erp, M. van (2016). Information Extraction from Semi-structured Text. Invited talk at CREATE Salon, 15 November 2016, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam..
  • Erp, M. van (2016). Interview with NPO Radio 1 on the National Library’s Hackalod, 16 November 2016, Hilversum.
  • Fokkens, A. (2016). Keynote speaker at the Launching event of the LAP (as part of clarino), 23 September 2016, Oslo, Norway.
  • Fokkens, A. (2016). Annotations in Digital Humanities. Invited speaker at CRETA-werkstatt 2, 29 September 2016, Stuttgart, Germany.
  • Fokkens, A. (2016). BiographyNet: Text mining for enhancing historical research on bibliographical data, Keynote speaker at the 2nd national SWE-CLARIN workshop, 16 November 2016, Umeå, Zweden.
  • Fokkens, Antske (2016). BiographyNet: Linking the world of history. Invited presentation at the 2nd national SWE-CLARIN workshop, 16 November 2016, Umeå, Zweden.
  • Gorp, J. van, A. Meuzelaar (2016). Televisiegeschiedenis Online. BA course given at Utrecht University.
  • Gorp, J. van, Sonja de Leeuw (2016). Digital Media Archeaology: the case of AVResearcherXL. Media and Performance Seminar, 18 may 2016, Utrecht University.
  • Gorp, J. van, Kiewik, R. (2016). What's not in the Archive: Teaching Television History in the Digital Humanities Era. Conference presentation at Digital Humanities, 10-16 July 2016, Krakow, Poland.
  • Gorp, J., Marijn Koolen (2016). Missing data visualizations in collections (lightning talk). Conference presentation at Digital Humanities, 10-16 July 2016, Krakow, Poland.
  • Gorp, J. van, Kiewik, R. (2016). Missing data visualizations to support Digital Tool Criticism. Post presentation given at DH Network Event UU, 7 November 2016, Utrecht.
  • Gorp, J. van (2016). Data-driven research and Digital Tools. RMA course at Utrecht University.
  • Gorp, J. van (2016). AVResearcherXL and media archaeology. Workshop given at DH training at ICON research institute, 1 December 2016, Utrecht.
  • Gorp, J. van (2016). Representation East Europeans on television. Demo given at CCHR Network Event UU (theme: refugee crisis), 26 June 2016, Utrecht.
  • Gorp, J. van, Sonja de Leeuw, Julia Noordegraaf (2016). Source criticism and Tools for Television Archives. RMES Summerschool "Datafied Media Historiography", 22-26 June 2016, Utrecht University.
  • Hoekstra, R., Albert Meroño-Peñuela, Kathrin Dentler, Auke Rijpma, Richard Zijdeman & Ivo Zandhuis (2016). An Ecosystem for Linked Humanities Data. Presentation at the WHISE workshop at ESWC 2016. 29 May-2 June, Crete, Greece. [URL]
  • Hoekstra, R. and Stefan Slobach (2016). Knowledge Representation on the Web, Short introduction to the KR on the Web, course at the Vrije University Amsterdam, 29 November 2016, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Inel, O., V. de Boer (2016). From DIVE to DIVEplus: Exploring Integrated Linked Media. Conference presentation and demo given at ICT.Open2016, 22-23 March 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Inel. O. (2016). Crowdsourcing for audio transcription & Crowdtruth. Workshop given at Oral History, 6-7- December 2016, Utrecht.
  • Klis, M. van der and Jan Odijk (2016). Corpus Upload Extensions for GrETEL. Poster and demo at the CLARIAH Toogdag 2016, RCE, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Maks I., M. van Erp, P. Vossen, R. Hoekstra, N. van der Sijs (2016). “Integrating and Enriching Diachronous Conceptual Lexicons through Linked Open Data”. Conference presentation at DHBenelux Conference 2016, 9-10 June 2016, Belval, Luxemburg.
  • Melder, W. (2016). OHT demo given at CLARIAH Toogdag, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Melder, W. (2016). Nieuwe onderzoekstools. Lecture given at Atria Symposium: Kansen van Digital Humanities Voor Vrouwen- en Genderwetenschappen, 20 April 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Melgar, L. (2016). A comparison of CAQDAS support for coding and annotating audio-visual media. Lecture given at KWALON conference, 25 August 2016, Rotterdam.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana and Marijn Koolen (2016). A conceptual model for the annotation of audiovisual heritage in a media studies context. Conference presentation at Digital Humanities, 10-16 July 2016, Krakow, Poland.
  • Melgar, L. and R. Kiewik (2016). Digging into Military Memories. Workshop given at KITLV, 8-9 September 2016, Leiden.
  • Melgar, L. and Oana Inel (2016). Proposal for a Teach and Talk session: The role of Crowdsourcing in humanities scholarship. Workshop given at THATCamp, 27 October 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana (2016). Data Science in the Humanities. Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies UvA, April 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana (2016). Reusing Digital Heritage in Data-driven Film Historiography. December 2016, University of Mainz, Germany.
  • Melgar Estrada, Liliana (2016). Sites of Cinema: Towards a New Empiricism in Film Historiography. December 2016, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
  • Niestadt, J. (2016). “Blacklab: six years of searching”, poster and demonstration at the CLARIN Annual Conference, 26-28 October 2016, Aix-en-Provence, France.
  • Noord, G. van and Jan Odijk (2016). ‘Goed of Fout’. Demonstration at the CLARIAH-day, January 22, 2016, Amersfoort. [pdf] [pptx]
  • Noord, G. van and Jan Odijk (2016). ‘Goed of Fout: Wat gebruikt men feitelijk?’. Presentation at the ‘Grote Taaldag’ (TIN), 6 February 2016, Utrecht. [handout] [pptx] [pdf]
  • Noordegraaf, J. (2016). On WP5 Media Studies. Conference presentation held at CLARIAH Toogdag, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Noordegraaf, J. (2016). Cinema Parisien 3D: 3D Visualization as a Tool for Cinema History. Conference presentation at DARIAH-EU Annual Event, 10-13 October 2016, Belgium.
  • Noordegraaf, J. (2016). Sites of Cinema: Towards a New Empiricism in Film Historiography. Guest lecture for course Cinema Histories and Cultures (MA course UvA), 1 December 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Noordegraaf, J. (2016). Reusing Digital Heritage in Data-driven Film Historiography. Guest lecture for Film students (BA&MA University of Mainz), 7 December 2016, Germany.
  • Noordegraaf, J. (2016). Data Science in the Humanities. Guest lecture for Big Data course (Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies UvA), 12 April 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Odijk, J. (2016). CLARIAH in the Netherlands. Poster at the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016). 23-28 May 2016, Portorož, Slovenia.
  • Odijk, J. (2016), Linguistic Research with CLARIAH, poster and demo at the NL eScience Day, 13 October 2016, Utrecht.
  • Odijk, Jan and Gertjan van Noord (2016). Goed of Fout, Clariah Toogdag, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Ordelman, R. (2016). Speech Recognition as a Service for the Humanities and Social Sciences. Workshop given at oral History, 6-7- December 2016, Utrecht.
  • Ordelman, R. (2016). Audiovisual Linking - Scenarios and Applications. Conference presentation at Multimodal Data Analytics, 30 August 2016, Den Haag.
  • Reynaert, M. (2016). 'PICCL'. Presentation at CLARIAH WP2/WP3 meeting, 7 January 2016, Utrecht.
  • Reynaert, M., Nelleke Oostdijk and Matje van de Camp (2016). 'OpenSoNaR-CGN'. Poster & Live demonstration at CLARIAH-dag, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Reynaert, M. (2016). 'Building CLARIN Infrastructure - From text images or files to online corpus'. Onderzoeksforum Vakgroep Vertalen, Tolken en Communicatie, 29 February 2016, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Reynaert, M. and Matje van de Camp (2016). ' OpenSoNaR+ '. Presentation at CLST, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. 22 September 2016, Nijmegen.
  • Reynaert, M. (2016). 'OpenSoNaR+ ', presentation at CLARIAH Techdag, 7 October 2016, Utrecht.
  • Reynaert, M. (2016) 'AHA: Anagram Hashing Application'. Live demonstration at ATILA Annual Conference 2016, 20 October 2016, Meeting and Conference Centre Soeterbeeck - Ravenstein.
  • Reynaert, M. (2016). 'AHA: Anagram Hashing Application'. Live demonstration at CLARIN Annual Conference 2016, 27 October 2016, Aix-en-Provence, France. [pdf]
  • Rijpma, A. (2016). Presentation "Linked data in the Clariah Structured Datahub", CREATE Salon, UvA, Amsterdam.
  • Rijpma, A. (2016). Presentatie "Brede Welvaartsindicator: Een integrale indicator voor het welbevinden van Nederlanders", Lancering Brede Welvaartsindicator, Utrecht.
  • Rijpma, A. (2016). Presentation "Linked data in the Clariah Structured Datahub", Global social science research workshop, Pittsburgh, United States.
  • Rijpma, A., Tine de Moor (2016). Wat is citizen science en wat moeten we er mee?, KNAW-symposium citizen science. De betrokkenheid van burgers in het wetenschappelijke proces, 16 June 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Rijpma, A. (2016). Presentation "WP4: structured data", CLARIAH-dag, 22 January 2016, Amersfoort.
  • Rijpma, A. (2016). “What can’t money buy? Wellbeing and GDP since 1820”. World Economic History Congress (WEHC), Kyoto, Japan.
  • Rijpma, A., Sarah Carmichael and Lotte van der Vleuten (2016). “Quantity versus Quality: Household structure, number of siblings, and educational attainment in the long nineteenth century”, WEHC, Kyoto, Japan.
  • Vossen, P. (2016). presentations on NLP representations: NAF, SEM, GAF and GRaSP models, ISO-WG5, 30 March - 2 April 2016, Daejeon, Korea, KAIST and Seoul, Korea.
  • Vossen, P. (2016). Presentations on standardising NLP output for practical applications, ISO WG5, 30 June 2016, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
  • Wissen, L. van, Marieke van Erp, Ben Peperkamp (2016). Discovering an Encyclopaedic Novel: a case study in automatically analysing Harry Mulisch’s The Discovery of Heaven (1992). Presented at DHBenelux 2016, 9-10 June 2016, Belval, Luxembourg. [URL]

2015

  • Aroyo, L. (2015). DIVE, Accurator & WAISDA. Conference presentation given at Oxford workshop on “Semantic digital Humanities", 25-29 September 2015, England.
  • Aroyo, L. (2015). Towards New Cultural Commons with DIVE+. Conference presentation given at the 3rd national eScience Centre Symposium Accelerating Scientific Discovery, 8 October 2015, Amsterdam.
  • Baaren, E., C. Booij (2015). Exploring audiovisual metadata in historical context. Workshop given at Digital Humanities Day (Groningen University), 30 October 2015, Groningen.
  • De Boer, Victor (2015). Exploring of cultural heritage with DIVE, Workshop given at Centre for Digital Humanities, 20 October 2015. [URL]
  • Bouma, G., T. van der Wouden, J.E.J.M. Odijk, F. Landsbergen, J.M. van Koppen, M. van de Camp (2015). Enriching a Descriptive Grammar with Treebank Queries. Paper presented at International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories 14, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Depuydt K. (2015). ‘Historische teksten en het Instituut voor Nederlandse Lexicologie’, lecture at the symposium Digitale historische kranten als ‘big data’, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 24 March 2015, Den Haag.
  • Dijck, J. van (2015). Big Data, Grand Challenges. Conference presentation given at the 3rd national eScience Centre Symposium Accellerating Scientific Discovery, 8 October 2015, Amsterdam.
  • Does, J. de. (2015). ‘HTR on the hand-written Resolutions of the Staten-Generaal’, lecture at the workshop Automated Handwritten Text Recognition Transkribus and the project ‘Resolutions of the Dutch States-General’, 27 November 2015, Den Haag.
  • Gorp, J. van and E. Baaren (2015). Researchathon AV Researcher X. Workshop given at THATCamp, 28 January 2015, Utrecht.
  • Gorp, J. van, A. Meuzelaar and W. Sanders (2015). Cursus Televisiegeschiedenis Online. BA-course Film, Theatre and Television, Utrecht University. [URL]
  • Gorp, J. van (2015). Tutorial 'Digital Tools for Television Archives'. RMA course History, Utrecht University.
  • Gorp, J. van (2015). Tutorial 'Data/Curation'. RMA course History, Utrecht University.
  • Gorp, J. van (2015). Lecture 'Towards ‘new’ methods? Assessing digital tools for media archives.’ RMA-Course of National Research School for Media Studies.
  • Hoekstra, R. (2015). QBer - Connect your data to the cloud. Presentation given at the CLARIAH WP4 Sounding Board meeting, December 2015. [URL]
  • Inel, O. (2015). Towards New Cultural Commons with DIVE+. Conference presentation given at NLeSC-Lorentz Center eHumanities Day, 14 December 2015, Leiden.
  • Inel, O. (2015). Towards New Cultural Commons with DIVE+. Second International Alexandria Workshop, 2-3 November 2015, Hannover, Germany [URL]
  • Leeuw, S. de and J. van Gorp (2015). 'A Media Archaeological Approach to Digital Tools, or Using Digital Tools for Humanities Research'. Conference presentation given at the 3rd national eScience Centre Symposium Accellerating Scientific Discovery, 8 October 2015, Amsterdam.
  • Maks, I., Marieke van Erp, Piek Vossen, Rinke Hoekstra, Nicoline van der Sijs (2016). Integrating Diachronous Conceptual Lexicons through Linked Open Data. Presentation given at DHBenelux 2016, 9-10 June 2016, Belval, Luxembourg. [URL]
  • Masson, E., C.G. Olesen, J. van Gorp, J. Fossati, and J.J. Noordegraaf (2015). Reconstructing Colour Palettes in Early Dutch Film Distribution: The Case of EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection. Conference presentation given at What is Cinema History?, 22-24 June 2015, Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Niestadt, J. (2015), ‘BlackLab: full speed reverse with Lucene!’. Presentation given at CLIN 26, 18 December 2015, Amsterdam.
  • Niestadt, J. (2015). Demo of AutoSearch at the CLARIAH Kick-off meeting, NISV, March 13 2015, Hilversum.
  • Odijk, J (2015). 'Linguistic Research with PaQu', poster at CLIN 2015, 6 February 2015, Antwerp, Belgium. [pptx] [pdf]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'What CLARIN has to offer to linguists', lecture at the TIN-dag, 7 February 2015, Utrecht. [pptx] [pdf]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'Investigating heel, erg, zeer with PaQu', lecture at the TIN-dag, 7 February 2015, Utrecht. [pdf]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'CLARIAH: A Research Infrastructure for the Humanities in the Netherlands', invited lecture at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, 9 April 2015, Vienna, Austria. [pptx]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). ‘CLARIAH: A Humanities Research Infrastructure in the Netherlands’, invited lecture at the Digital Humanities Spring School, 28 April 2015, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Odijk, J. (2015). `Infrastructure for Digital Humanities', lecture at the Utrecht Digital Humanities Session, 10 June 2015, Utrecht. [pptx]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'Zoeken naar Constructies', presentation and poster held at the DRONGO Language Festival, 26 September 2015, Utrecht. [presentation] [poster]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'Using PaQu for language acquisition research', presentation at the CLARIN 2015 Conference, 16 October 2015, Wroclaw, Poland. [pptx] [pdf]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'Using PaQu for language acquisition research', demo at the CLARIN 2015 Conference, 16 October 2015, Wroclaw, Poland. [pdf]
  • Odijk, J (2015). 'Can we extend Alpino with flexible MWEs? An unexpected possible use of PaQu', presentation and demo at the CLARIN Conference Bazaar, 16 October 2015, Wroclaw, Poland. [pdf] [data] [handout] [analysis]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'Linguistic Research with CLARIN', MA Rotation Lecture, 10 November 2015, Utrecht. [pptx] [pdf]
  • Odijk, J. (2015). 'Extending Alpino with Multiword Expressions. An initial investigation', poster and presentation/demo at CLIN26, 18 December 2015, Amterdam [poster] [presentation]
  • Olesen, C.G., E. Masson and J. van Gorp (2015). Data-driven Film History: a Demonstrator of EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection. Conference presentation given at SCMC, 25-29 March 2015, Canada. [pdf]
  • Olesen, C.G., E. Masson and J. van Gorp (2015). Chromatic Experience in Early Cinema Distribution as Visualized Through EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection. Conference presentation given at The Colour Fantastic, 28-31 Mach 2015, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Reynaert, M. (2015). 'PICCL: Philosophical Integrator of Computational and Corpus Libraries', poster and demo at CLIN25, 6 February 2015, Antwerp, Belgium. [pdf]
  • Reynaert, M. (2015). 'Nederlab & Friends'. Presentation at symposium "Digitale historische kranten als ‘big data’". Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 24 March 2015, Den Haag. [pdf]
  • Reynaert, M. (2015). 'Synergy of @PhilosTEI and OpenSoNaR: Towards PICCL or Goodbye CLARIN-NL, Welcome CLARIAH!!', presentation at Combined PI Research Meeting, 11 March 2015, Nijmegen. [pdf]
  • Reynaert, M., Maarten van Gompel, Ko van der Sloot and Antal van den Bosch (2015). 'PICCL: Philosophical Integrator of Computational and Corpus Libraries', presentation at CLARIN Annual Conference 2015, 17 October 2015, Wroclaw, Poland.
  • Reynaert, M., Maarten van Gompel, Ko van der Sloot and Antal van den Bosch (2015). 'PICCL: Philosophical Integrator of Computational and Corpus Libraries'. Live demonstration at demo session, CLARIN Annual Conference 2015, 18 October 2015, Wroclaw, Poland.
  • Reynaert, M., Matje van de Camp, Henk van den Heuvel and Nelleke Oostdijk (2015). 'CLARIN-NL: OpenSoNaR-CGN'. Presentation at workshop 'Morfosyntactisch verrijken van historische teksten', 16 November 2015, Utrecht. [pdf]
  • Reynaert, M., Maarten van Gompel, Ko van der Sloot and Antal van den Bosch (2015). 'PICCL: Philosophical Integrator of Computational and Corpus Libraries'. Presentation at workshop 'Morfosyntactisch verrijken van historische teksten', 16 November 2015, Utrecht. [pdf]
  • Rijke, M. de (2015). Ad hoc monitoring of vocabulary shifts over time. Conference presentation given at CIKM, 19-23 October 2015, Australia.
  • Rijke, M. de (2015). Monitoring vocabulary shifts over time. Conference presentation given at 2nd Int. Alexandria Workshop, 2-3 November 2015, Hannover, Germany.
  • Rijpma, Auke (2015). “What can’t money buy? Wellbeing and GDP since 1820”. World Economic History Congress (WEHC), 3-7 August 2015, Kyoto, Japan.
  • Rijpma, A. (2015). “Combining multiple repositories: the case of the quantity-quality trade-off”. Big Questions, Big Data Conference, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam.
  • Rijpma, A. (2015). “The Clariah-project and the quantity-quality trade-off: understanding household size and investment in human capital through big data”, Posthumus Conference, 11-12 June 2015, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Rijpma, A. (2015). “Family constraints on women’s agency: measurement and persistence”, Workshop Murdock and Goody Re-visited: (Pre)history and evolution of Eurasian and African family systems. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany.
  • Wouden, Ton van der, Gosse Bouma, Matje van de Kamp, Marjo van Koppen, Frank Landsbergen and Jan Odijk (2015), 'Enriching a grammatical database with intelligent links to linguistic resources', presentation at the CLARIN 2015 Conference, 16 October 2015, Wroclaw, Poland. [pdf]

2014

  • Baaren, Eva (2014). Door de ogen van een journalist, Workshop AVResearcherXL, Amsterdam. [URL]
  • Baaren, Eva and Jasmijn Van Gorp (2014). ‘Disclosed’ readings of transmedia content: a demonstration of TROVe, Lausanne. [URL]
  • Dijck, J. van (2014). Big Data, Grand Challenges. Over de digitalisering van het geesteswetenschappelijk onderzoek. Ketelaarlezing, 10 December 2014, Den Haag.